Seven Candles for Kwanzaa
Title Seven Candles for Kwanzaa PDF eBook
Author Andrea Davis Pinkney
Publisher Dial
Pages 40
Release 1993
Genre Juvenile Nonfiction
ISBN 9780803712928

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Explains the unique African-American holiday that commemorates the strength of family ties, respect for ancestors, commitment to the growth of community, and gratitude for life's bounties.



Kwanzaa Activities
Title Kwanzaa Activities PDF eBook
Author
Publisher Teacher Created Materials
Pages 4
Release 2014-12-01
Genre
ISBN 1480798126

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Celebrate Hanukkah with your entire class! With these engaging activities, students will learn about the Seven Candles for Kwanzaa. A brief history on Kwanzaa is also given.



Kwanzaa
Title Kwanzaa PDF eBook
Author Molly Aloian
Publisher Crabtree Publishing Company
Pages 36
Release 2009
Genre Juvenile Nonfiction
ISBN 9780778742845

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Examines the history, principles, and symbols of Kwanzaa, a holiday created in 1966 to celebrate African-American history and culture.



Kwanzaa
Title Kwanzaa PDF eBook
Author Dorothy Rhodes Freeman
Publisher Enslow Publishers, Inc.
Pages 52
Release 2008
Genre Juvenile Nonfiction
ISBN 9780766030428

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Introduces the African American holiday begun in 1966 which celebrates seven important principles.



Seven Days of Kwanzaa
Title Seven Days of Kwanzaa PDF eBook
Author Angela Shelf Medearis
Publisher
Pages 111
Release 2009-06-01
Genre
ISBN 9781437967128

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Every year, for seven days beginning December 26th, African-Americans celebrate their heritage during the Kwanzaa holiday. In this book, you can find out about that special time so you can celebrate the seven days of Kwanzaa, too. Learn about the seven candles representing the seven days of Kwanzaa. Follow the recipes for such dishes as Ashanti Peanut Soup and Sengalese Cookies to make a Kwanzaa feast. Use the instructions to make masks and African toe puppets and other wonderful ¿zawadi¿ -- special Kwanzaa gifts. Learn Swahili for ¿What news?¿ (¿Habari gani¿) and other Swahili words and phrases that are part of the holiday. Then join in the celebration! Illustrations. Compact format. Juvenile audiences.



Kwanzaa
Title Kwanzaa PDF eBook
Author Anthony Porter
Publisher Millbrook Press
Pages 56
Release 2011-08-01
Genre Juvenile Nonfiction
ISBN 0761382992

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Between Christmas and New Year's Day, many people throughout the United States celebrate another holiday, Kwanzaa. A joyous celebration of African American culture, Kwanzaa was created as a way for African American families to come together to remember and rejoice in their rich heritage. Author A. P. Porter describes how the holiday got its start and how it is celebrated, and also gives an explanation of each of Kwanzaa's seven principles. Porter also provides a practical list of the items needed for readers to make their own Kwanzaa celebration.



Kwanzaa
Title Kwanzaa PDF eBook
Author Darwin McBeth Walton
Publisher Steck-Vaughn
Pages 36
Release 1999
Genre Juvenile Nonfiction
ISBN 9780817281076

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Discusses the origins and symbols of Kwanzaa, the holiday that focuses on African American history, culture, and experiences, and offers suggestions for ways to celebrate this holiday.